Information culture as a social culturalpractice: (re)defining the concept in thecontext of digital convergenceYolande Mau...
PURPOSE
• to contribute to the definition of informationculture in the context of digital convergence• which kinds of knowledge ar...
1. CONTEXTS
“Technological Research Team ineducation (ERTé)”• formed in 2006, Lille 3 (A. Béguin dir.)• to propose solutions for impro...
Culture• “everything a person needs to know to live ina particular society”• “a vast symbolic set, including knowledge,ide...
Information culture• « a set of shared skills and knowledge, socialpatterns of behaviors, norms and values,involved in def...
2. BEYOND INFORMATION, A SOCIALDEVELOPMENT OF KNOWLEDGE
Information culture in a dialogical andinclusive wayculture of belonging of the actorsculture in a more academic sense
Information is seen as a process• considered as a relationship, in an act ofcommunication• object of negotiations, bearer ...
Information culture between formaland non-formal practices• new resources• introduce uncertainty in school• mixture of imp...
3. A PARTICIPATORY CULTURE INTHE NEW INFORMATIONECOSYSTEM
• new forms of publication and exchange=new ways of organizing knowledge and newforms of "recorded knowledge"• communicati...
Information culture …• is participatory and contributive culture• developed at the articulation between "thespace of knowl...
CONCLUDING PERSPECTIVES
• A logic of continuity in (re)defininginformation culture• (Re)defining in a more cultural and holisticway
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II Konferencja Naukowa : Nauka o informacji (informacja naukowa) w okresie zmian, Warszawa, 15-16.04.2013 r. Instytut Informacji Naukowej i Studiów Bibliologicznych, Uniwersytet Warszawski

The 2nd Scientific Conference : Information Science in an Age of Change, April 15-16, 2013. Institute of Information and Book Studies, University of Warsaw

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Information culture as a social cultural practice: (re)defining the concept in the context of digital convergence / Yolande Maury

  1. 1. Information culture as a social culturalpractice: (re)defining the concept in thecontext of digital convergenceYolande MauryUniversité d’Artois /IUFMLaboratoire GERIICO (Lille 3)
  2. 2. PURPOSE
  3. 3. • to contribute to the definition of informationculture in the context of digital convergence• which kinds of knowledge are necessary tostudy, live, and evolve in a world inpermanent change ?• what culture (information culture) isnecessary to become « member » of this« world » ?
  4. 4. 1. CONTEXTS
  5. 5. “Technological Research Team ineducation (ERTé)”• formed in 2006, Lille 3 (A. Béguin dir.)• to propose solutions for improving informationculture education in school and at university• to observe information culture in the process ofbeing built, day after day, between formal andnon-formal practices
  6. 6. Culture• “everything a person needs to know to live ina particular society”• “a vast symbolic set, including knowledge,ideas, thoughts, rules, common to a pluralityof social actors, considered in a given space ata given time” (Rocher, 1968)
  7. 7. Information culture• « a set of shared skills and knowledge, socialpatterns of behaviors, norms and values,involved in defining the importance ofinformation, and allowing a wise and ethicaluse of this information »
  8. 8. 2. BEYOND INFORMATION, A SOCIALDEVELOPMENT OF KNOWLEDGE
  9. 9. Information culture in a dialogical andinclusive wayculture of belonging of the actorsculture in a more academic sense
  10. 10. Information is seen as a process• considered as a relationship, in an act ofcommunication• object of negotiations, bearer of knowledge• made possible by document objects, and ithappens on the conditions that actors react tothese objects→ not ignore human and social dimensions
  11. 11. Information culture between formaland non-formal practices• new resources• introduce uncertainty in school• mixture of improvisation and adaptation, butalso source of misunderstandings→ need of an accompanied conduct to leave the« space of doing » and to construct meaning
  12. 12. 3. A PARTICIPATORY CULTURE INTHE NEW INFORMATIONECOSYSTEM
  13. 13. • new forms of publication and exchange=new ways of organizing knowledge and newforms of "recorded knowledge"• communication relations and role of actorsare displaced• deep changes in thinking information culture
  14. 14. Information culture …• is participatory and contributive culture• developed at the articulation between "thespace of knowledge" and "the space of beingin the world“→ re-conceptualization of informationculture
  15. 15. CONCLUDING PERSPECTIVES
  16. 16. • A logic of continuity in (re)defininginformation culture• (Re)defining in a more cultural and holisticway

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